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GM Long Slip Yoke

LWB Frame

SWB Frame

Metric Ton 3+2 Spring Specs

Metric Ton 4+1 Spring Specs

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Only difference between the 4.0 and 2.5 sending unit assemblies. The 4.0 has a slot that the upper fuel pump bracket tab fits in.

 

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If it's a TBI 2.5 instead of MPFI, the pump will only put out 14-15psi btw.

 

Correct... 91+ 2.5 and 4.0 pumps are the same.

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If it's a TBI 2.5 instead of MPFI, the pump will only put out 14-15psi btw.

 

Correct... 91+ 2.5 and 4.0 pumps are the same.

 

I live in a Renix era world. :D

 

Off topic, your new avatar cracks me up. Looks like the kid from the online stock trading commercials. :yes:

 

:cheers:

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If it's a TBI 2.5 instead of MPFI, the pump will only put out 14-15psi btw.

 

Correct... 91+ 2.5 and 4.0 pumps are the same.

 

I live in a Renix era world. :D

 

Off topic, your new avatar cracks me up. Looks like the kid from the online stock trading commercials. :yes:

 

:cheers:

Yep, just figured I'd save some poor sap from the annoyance and headscratching that results from swapping a new engine in and having it run like crap because the fuel pump isn't feeding it enough, right off the bat :hmm: :thumbsup:

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Off topic, your new avatar cracks me up. Looks like the kid from the online stock trading commercials. :yes:

 

:cheers:

 

Yeah, I slapped the hat on her, and she liked it so much I had to take a picture.

 

I'd love to comment on your avatar... but.. :shake:

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Just found this thread and it is great!

 

Can some of you post the stock position for the bottle jack, lug nut wrench and spare tire winch tool?

 

My 91 base model had only bare sheet metal at the back of the cab. Found a good rear cab cover at a salvage yard. BUT not sure how to mate it to the back of the cab and keep the bottle jack in place. Help Please!

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I just learned that actually... opened up the d35 someone gave me for spare parts and went "huh... that isn't a normal carrier!"

 

Now I'm tempted to keep my d35 and stick the trak-loc in it instead of upgrading to the 8.25 that I have waiting :(

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the stock posi sucks and should not be considered a reason to retain a Dana 35. :thumbsup:

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Excellent... that was the persuasion I needed :cheers:

 

It shall join the two d30 carriers I have sitting on my desk as decoration.

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connector No. locations

 

Connector C100: Left Of Master Cylinder On Dash

Connector C101: Above Master Cylinder

Connector C102: Behind LH Headlamp

Connector C103: Next To RH Shock Tower

Connector C104: Next To RH Shock Tower

Connector C105: Behind Battery

Connector C106: Next To RH Shock Tower

Connector C107: Next To RH Shock Tower

Connector C108: In Front Of Washer Bottle

Connector C109: Next To RH Shock Tower

Connector C110: RH Rear Of Rocker Cover

Connector C111: RH Rear Of Rocker Cover

Connector C112: RH Rear Of Rocker Cover

Connector C113: RH Rear Of Rocker Cover

Connector C114: RH Rear Of Rocker Cover

Connector C115: Under Dash To Right Of Steering

Column

Connector C116: Above Master Cylinder

Connector C117: In Front Of Washer Bottle

Connector C118: Under LH Side Of I/P Behind Kick

Panel

Connector C119: Under LH Side Of I/P Behind

Kick Panel

Connector C120: Behind A/C Mode Select Switch

Connector C121: Under LH Side Of I/P Behind

Kick Panel

Connector C122: Under RH Side Of I/P Behind

Kick Panel

Connector C123: Under RH Side Of I/P Behind

Kick Panel

Connector C124: Under LH Side Of I/P Behind

Kick Panel

Connector C125: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C126: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C127: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C128: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C129: Behind RH Kick Panel

Connector C130: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C131: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C132: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C133: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C134: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C135: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C136: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C137: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C138: Under Front Seat

Connector C139: LH Rear Inner Fender Panel

Connector C140: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C141: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C142: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C143: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C144: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C145: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C146: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C147: Behind RH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C148: In Console

Connector C149: In LH Side Of Liftgate

Connector C150: In LH Side Of Liftgate

Connector C151: In LH Side Of Liftgate

Connector C152: Behind A/C Mode Switch

Connector C153: Near Cargo Lamp

Connector C154: Above Transfer Case

Connector C155: Behind RH Kick Panel

Connector C156: Under I/P On Steering Column

Connector C157: Below LH Side Of I/P Above

Parking Brake

Connector C158: Rear Center Of Cab Under

Carpet

Connector C159: Behind LH Rear Tail Lamp

Assembly

Connector C160: Behind LH Rear Inner Fender

Panel

Connector C161: At Rear Bumper

Connector C162: At Rear Bumper

Connector C168: Top Of Washer Bottle

Connector C169: Below Washer Bottle

Connector C170: LH Side Of Cowl Panel Grille

Connector C171: To Left Of Steering Column

Connector C172: In Driver's Seatbelt Buckle

Connector C173: Under RH Front Seat

Connector C174: Under LH Front Seat

Connector C175: Behind RH Headlamp

Connector C176: On Left Of Steering Column

Connector C177: LH Side Of I/P Next To Light

Switch

Connector C178: LH Side Of I/P Next To Light

Switch

Connector C179: Behind RH Side Of I/P

Connector C180: At Speaker

Connector C181: At Speaker

Connector C182: At Speaker

Connector C183: At Speaker

Connector C184: At Speaker

Connector C185: At Speaker

Connector C186: In Center Of I/P

Connector C187: In Center Of I/P

Connector C188: Below I/P Behind Defogger

Relay

Connector C189: In LH Side Of Console

Connector C190: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C191: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C192: Taped To Harness Above Fuse

Block

Connector C193: Behind Center Of I/P Below

Lighter

Connector C194: On I/P To Right Of Steering

Column

Connector C195: Below Washer Bottle

Connector C196: Center Of Liftgate

Connector C197: Center Of Liftgate

Connector C198: On I/P To Right Of Steering

Column

Connector C199: In Driver's Seatbelt Buckle

Connector C200: Under I/P To Right Of Steering

Column

 

COMANCHE

 

Connector C100: In LH Dash Panel Forward Of

Fuse Panel

Connector C101: Behind LH Headlamps

Connector C103: RH Side Rear Of Engine

Connector C108: Near A/C Compressor

Connector C109 (Diesel Engine): Near Lower

Center RH Inner Fender Panel

Connector C109 (Gasoline Engine): Near A/C

Compressor

Connector C112: Behind Battery Near Starter

Relay

Connector C115: Taped To Engine Harness

Behind Cruise Servo

Connector C119: LH Side Of Engine Near Glow

Plugs

Connector C120: LH Side Of Engine Near Glow

Plugs

Connector C200: Under LH Side Of I/P Behind LH

Kick Panel

Connector C202: Under LH Side Of I/P Behind LH

Kick Panel

Connector C203: Under LH Side Of I/P Near

Ignition Switch

Connector C204: Behind Mode Select Switch

Connector C205: Under RH Side Of I/P Behind

Kick Panel

Connector C207: Under I/P Above Brake Pedal On

Steering Column

Connector C209: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C210: Near RH Door Jamb Switch

Connector C211: To Left Of Steering Column

Connector C314: In RH Side Of Liftgate

Connector C315: In LH Side Of Liftgate

Connector C402: Under LH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

Connector C404: Under RH Side Of I/P At Kick

Panel

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Shows back of engine without tranny attached. You can see the rear freeze plug where coolant would leak(top one) and the other freeze plug (lower one) where oil would leak if it went bad.

 

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I for one can't thank each of you who have contributed all these great schemes and photos.

 

I am not new to wrench turning, but I am to Comanches and all these vacuum lines.

 

Mine ran fine, till a few weeks ago.

 

I started it and it was chugging and fuming...couldn't even get it out the driveway.

 

I shut it off and let it sit as I had to the airport to attend a family member's funeral.

 

Once I returned, about two weeks later I tried it again and it turned over but would not start.

 

I've been taking with some other great folks here and trying there suggestions, but still a no-go.

 

I could really use some pics of things like the cps. It's supposed to be on the driver's side of the bell housing,

 

but for the life of me I cannot find anything there.

 

Also which is best manual for these buggies...?

 

Looks like I'm running out of room on this...so thanks again...Ron

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